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CHAN 2020: No guarantees as Cranes players have it all to prove

By Shafic Kiyaga
Johnathan McKinstry takes Cranes forward Joachim Ojera through a drill during training in Cameroon | photo courtesy of FUFA

Johnathan McKinstry has given a strong hint that no one on his squad should consider himself a guarantee for the final team for the CHAN team, and that all the players will be given a ‘fair chance’ to prove.

McKinstry is expected to name his final squad for the tournament on January 6, as per the deadline for submission of the final teams.

The Uganda Cranes continue their preparations for the African Nations Championships with their second game at the pre-CHAN mini-tournament against familiar foes Zambia.

Uganda go into their game against Chipolopolo on Monday off the back of a 1-1 draw against hosts Cameroon and McKinstry and his technical team are intent on experimenting.

While a core of the team that started Friday’s game against the Indomitable Lions is expected to be maintained, a couple of changes are expected to be made.

Alionzi Nafian or Tom Ikara could come in for Joel Mutakubwa, while Police duo Hassan Muhamood and Eric Ssenjobe could also get a nod in defence together with Hassan Ssenyonjo in midfield.

‘Going into this game, it will help us give every player a fair chance during the tournament but we will make changes and we expect our opponents to do the same,” McKinstry said ahead of the game.

While the game will be played on friendlier grounds, it will serve up the extra spice of a reunion between two great friends, as McKinstry will be facing his mentor Milutin Micho Sredojevic who was also Cranes head coach between 2013 and 2017.

McKinstry revealed that the two continue to enjoy a special relationship since their time when Micho was in charge of Rwanda while McKinstry was undertaking his first managerial role with Sierra Leone.

The two have also exchanged special new year’s messages and Christmas greetings, and McKinstry revealed he is eagerly looking forward to seeing Micho again.

“Tomorrow, I will come up against an old friend for both Uganda’s football and me personally,” McKinstry revealed.

“My relationship with Micho goes back I think with time while I was with Sierra Leone and he was coach for Rwanda.”

“When we arrived here in Cameroon, we exchanged New Year’s messages and X-mas Greetings. We have known each other for several years. I am looking forward to seeing him.”

However, for the 90 minutes, the fascination and adoration between the two will be set aside as they will be giving their best for their respective teams.

“For the 90 minutes of the game we will be trying to do the best for our respective teams,” McKinstry continued, adding; “After the match we can share chat of old times.”

McKinstry and Micho will meet again for the first since 2015 during the CECAFA Challenge Cup. McKinstry was at the helm of Rwanda while Micho was at the helm of the Cranes.

Micho’s Cranes won the tournament, while McKinstry was named coach of the tornament; McKinstry would replicate his firend’s achievement by also guiding Uganda to the CECAFA crown in 2019.

Zambia head into the game after suffering a disappointing 3-3 draw against Niger. Micho was surely left with a red face as his side squandered a two-goal advantage in the draw.

The Chipolopolo led 3-1 with 15 minutes to play, but Niger’s Ibrahim Issa pulled a goal back before Moussa Issa Adamou levelled matters in the 80th minute.

Micho has seen his side put up poor defensive performances who have failed to keep clean sheets in eight of their last 10 games, uncharacteristic of his sides, but will be hoping for better against the Cranes.

Uganda’s last victory over Zambia came back in 2012 during the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers return leg at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole, but the Cranes were eliminated 8-9 after penalties.

Since then, the Cranes have failed to beat Zambia in each of their last four games between the two nations.

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